Rogersville District Attorney Records Search

See Rogersville MO district attorneys and search free public district attorney records District attorneys, prosecuting attorneys and commonwealth attorneys are public officials who represent the state or federal government in legal matters.

Christian County Prosecuting Attorney 110 West Elm Street Ozark MO 65721 10.5 miles from Rogersville 417-581-7915

Greene County Prosecuting Attorney 1010 North Boonville Avenue Springfield MO 65802 14.6 miles from Rogersville 417-868-4061

Warren County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 7 Marshfield MO 65706 17.5 miles from Rogersville 417-859-0214

Webster County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 7 Marshfield MO 65706 17.5 miles from Rogersville 417-859-0214

Vernon County Prosecuting Attorney 100 Cherry Street Marshfield MO 65706 17.6 miles from Rogersville 417-667-4862

Douglas County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 245 Ava MO 65608 24.4 miles from Rogersville 417-683-2919

Stone County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 95 Galena MO 65656 31.3 miles from Rogersville 417-357-6137

Wright County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 395 Hartville MO 65667 31.5 miles from Rogersville 417-741-6166

Dallas County Prosecuting Attorney 119 East Main Street Buffalo MO 65622 36.5 miles from Rogersville 417-345-5644

Polk County Prosecuting Attorney 102 East Broadway Street Bolivar MO 65613 39.4 miles from Rogersville 417-326-5756

Lawrence County Prosecuting Attorney 240 North Main Street Mount Vernon MO 65712 41.8 miles from Rogersville 417-466-2846

Laclede County Prosecuting Attorney 200 North Adams Avenue Lebanon MO 65536 44.7 miles from Rogersville 417-532-3149

Dade County Prosecuting Attorney 300 West Water Street Greenfield MO 65661 47.8 miles from Rogersville 417-637-2121

Ozark County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 67 Gainesville MO 65655 49.8 miles from Rogersville 417-679-4649

Barry County Prosecuting Attorney 102 Cassville Heights Cassville MO 65625 54.9 miles from Rogersville 417-847-3133

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About District Attorneys

A district attorney prosecutes cases on behalf of the public. District attorneys manage the prosecutor's office and play a central role in investigating charges, deciding whether to charge someone with a crime, offering plea bargains, and litigating appeals. They also advise parole boards on inmate requests for early release.

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